Become Part of our Growing Coalition
The Coalition for Community Solar Access is a national Coalition of businesses and non-profits working to expand customer choice and access to solar for all American households and businesses through community solar. Our mission is to empower every American energy consumer with the option to choose local, clean, and affordable community solar.
We work with customers, utilities, local stakeholders, and policymakers to develop and implement policies and best practices that ensure community solar programs provide a win, win, win for all, starting with the customer. Join our Coalition and add your voice to shape the future of the industry.
CCSA’s Membership is divided into three categories:
- Leadership Members – As leaders in the community solar industry, our Leadership Members drive CCSA’s day-to-day advocacy, communications, engagement, and program development strategies alongside CCSA staff.
- General Members – CCSA General Members receive access to proprietary briefings and provide input to CCSA staff for advocacy and educational efforts.
- Non-Profit Members – CCSA’s Non-Profit Members are innovative 501(c)3 organizations from across the country working to expand access to community solar with a particular focus on underserved communities.
Join our Coalition today!
For questions, please contact Membership Director, Laurel Mawema.
or fill out the following Membership Application form:
Solar Energy Industries Association
SEIA is CCSA’s industry partner. As the national trade association in the U.S., the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the power behind solar energy. Our member companies research, manufacture, distribute, finance, and build solar projects domestically and abroad.
Vote Solar is CCSA’s advocacy partner. Vote Solar is a non-profit grassroots organization working to fight climate change and foster economic opportunity by bringing solar energy into the mainstream. Since 2002, Vote Solar has engaged in state, local and federal advocacy campaigns to remove regulatory barriers and implement key policies needed to bring solar to scale. Vote Solar also manages the Shared Renewables HQ website, which is intended to advance state shared renewable energy policy by sharing best practices and tracking progress.